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Steven Kilroy is an Assistant Professor of HR Studies at Tilburg University. Prior to joining Tilburg University, he worked as an Assistant Professor of HRM at Queens University Belfast. His research interests focus on the areas of strategic HRM, organizational behavior and occupational health psychology. Topics of interest include the impact of HRM on employee well-being and performance, leadership, burnout, commitment and change management.

 

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Recent publications

  1. When do bundles of high performance work systems reduce employee abse…

    de Reuver, R., van de Voorde, K., & Kilroy, S. (2020). When do bundles of high performance work systems reduce employee absenteeism? The moderating role of workload. International Journal of Human Resource Management.
  2. Performance management

    Kilroy, S. (Accepted/In press). Performance management. In R. Carbery, & C. Cross (Eds.), Human resource management: A concise introduction Palgrave/MacMillan.
  3. Time to recover - The moderating role of psychological detachment in …

    Kilroy, S., Bosak, J., Flood, P., & Peccei, R. (2020). Time to recover: The moderating role of psychological detachment in the link between perceptions of high-involvement work practices and burnout. Journal of Business Research, 108, 52-61.
  4. The role of change readiness and colleague support in the role stress…

    Chênevert, D., Kilroy, S., & Bosak, J. (2019). The role of change readiness and colleague support in the role stressors and withdrawal behaviors relationship among health care employees. Journal of Organizational Change Management, 32(2), 208-223.
  5. The moderating effect of team psychological empowerment on the relati…

    Kirrane, M., Kilroy, S., & O' Connor, C. (2019). The moderating effect of team psychological empowerment on the relationship between abusive supervision and engagement. Leadership and Organizational Development Journal, 40(1).

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